Fashion Show on 9th October with raffle supporting local charities at 7. 30pm in the King Edward Hall. Entry free.
Royal British Legion. October 10th. 2pm at the King Edward Hall. “Lindfield Past”:a talk by Richard Bryant of the Lindfield History Project Group. To be followed by a splendid afternoon tea. Entry £7.
On Saturday 10th October Lindfield URC is hosting a Harvest Barn Dance and Ploughman’s Supper at 6.30pm.Adults £5. Under 16s Free. Tickets from Terry Ward on 01444 482986. Everyone is welcome and younger children can come along and enjoy the fun and the Supper and stay as long as is appropriate.
Lindfield Horticultural Society. There will be a coffee morning on the 10th October from 10am-12noon in the King Edward Hall. There will also be a sale of plants. On the 14th October at 8pm there will be a talk also in the King Edward Hall called:” New Plants: the future of your garden” given by Graham Spencer .All welcome. Entry £1 members, £2 visitors.
Tiger Arts at the URC. On the 14th October there will be a concert in the church at 1.00pm given by Bill McEwen, Jazz Pianist. A light lunch is available at 12.15pm.Entry free but donations welcome.
Barn Dance in support of St. Peter and St.James Hospice. This will be on the 17th October in the King Edward Hall from 7pm.This will be a family fun event with food included in the ticket price. There will also be a raffle and a Best Hat competition. Tickets cost £12.50 for adults and £6.25 for 10-16 year olds. These are available from firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07710 446406.
Lindfield Bonfire Society. On 15th October there will be a Marshalls’ Meeting in the King Edward Hall from 7.30-8pm to run through final details for 5th November. Volunteers welcome!
The W.I. has recently celebrated 100 years. In Lindfield there are 2 WIs but they are both full and have waiting lists. There is the possibility of forming a new WI, maybe as an afternoon group. Open to all women over 18. Call Yvonne on 01444 483682 if you are interested.
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